5 winners and losers from the Commanders hammering vs. Bills in Week 3

The sliver linings were hard to find...

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Who were the big winners and losers from the Washington Commanders' heavy defeat against the Buffalo Bills in Week 3 at FedEx Field?

After a positive start to the 2023 campaign, the Washington Commanders got a harsh reality check in Week 3. The Buffalo Bills had their way with Ron Rivera's men from the first snap to the last, demonstrating fully how far this team is from becoming a postseason force for good measure.

The Commanders still have a winning record after three games, which is better than many anticipated. That said, improvements must be made and quickly to ensure no significant momentum is lost despite such an emphatic drubbing.

It promises to be a difficult couple of days when it comes to evaluating the wreckage of this one. Some took more blame than others, but there were a few bright spots thrown into the mix that represented slight encouragement amid so much misery.

With this in mind, here are five winners and losers from the Commanders' hammering against the Bills at FedEx Field.

Winner No. 1

Camaron Cheeseman - Commanders LS

In a game where there were very few positives, the Washington Commanders can at least take solace from Camaron Cheeseman's production when called upon. The microscope was on the long-snapper after a series of subpar performances, which even saw the coaching staff bring in several alternatives for workouts in the event things continued following the same concerning trend.

It was an extremely small sample size, but Cheeseman didn't botch any snaps this week. That can be classed as a win during an otherwise abysmal afternoon at the office.